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Running head: EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGE 1Effects of Oral LanguageAshley Castillo-SinghGrand Canyon University: ECS-425April 19, 2020
EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGEEffects of Oral LanguageBeing that oral languages compose the primary basis of reading comprehension, there are impacts that occur which interfere the understanding of systems that have to do with reading and writing. Educators have many opportunities which allow them to be promoting when they are teaching reading and writing. They are able to introduce many activities that utilize different aspects of oral language. When using these activities there is opportunities for the students to become engaged when they are discussing the reading and writing material they are covering(Shanahan & Lonigan, 2012). There are major effects when it comes to decoding, reading, comprehension and written expressions. Overall, it is imperative to have effective communicative strategies that educators can utilize when working on improving the reading, written expressions of the students during their younger years of school. Examples about how oral language affects decoding, reading, comprehension, and written expressions.When learning how to read and write there are many different things tokeep in mind, it is imperative to learn the fundamental skills of decoding. Acquiring the skill of decoding gives students the foundation the letter-soundrelationship when pronouncing the words that are written. There are studentswho are able to decode the messages by using literacy instruction(Foorman, Herrera, Petscher, Mitchell & Truckenmiller, 2015). Oral language has many 2
EFFECTS OF ORAL LANGUAGEways in which it can cause affect to decoding. Oral language is the system where a student or anyone can use when they are speaking words. The key to decoding is to be able to really listen to what the message is stating. There are influential components of oral language in which are used when decoding the text. The components are phonological skills, pragmatics, syntax, morphological and vocabulary skills. These components are needed when decoding and communicating in educational conversations. One of the connections with oral language and the vocabulary is known as the fundamental component. Oral language is made up of phonology, grammar, morphology, vocabulary, discourse, and pragmatics. In the case that